All the scorers of this Champions League

Phil Foden (Manchester City) and Maxim Choupo-Moting (Bayern Munich) scored in the second leg of the Champions League quarter-finals and reached all four goals in the competition.

Without goals from the Norwegian Erling Haaland, eliminated by Manchester City, or from the French Kylian Mbappé, still in the competition, the top scorers of the Champions League did not fatten their figures.

Behind, they were increased by Maxim Choupo-Moting, with the goal that gave Bayern the victory against Paris Saint-Germain (0-1) but did not help the Bavarian team to reach the semifinals. On the other hand, Foden’s fourth target gave Manchester City victory over Dortmund (1-2) and sealed the pass of Pep Guardiola’s men.

The goal of the day was scored by Mehdi Taremi for Porto, who with a spectacular Chilean gave his team an insufficient victory at the Chelsea stadium (0-1). It was his second goal of the course in the Champions League.

And in the premieres chapter, Riyad Mahrez appeared, who scored his first goal for City on a penalty, and Jude Bellingham, who gave Dortmund hope after opening the scoring of the clash against the English team.

Champions League scorers after the second leg of the quarterfinals:

– With 10 goals:

Erling Haaland (NOR) (Borussia Dortmund).

– With 8 goals:

Kylian Mbappé (1p) (FRA) (Paris Saint-Germain)

– With 6 goals:

Olivier Giroud (1p) (FRA) (Chelsea); Álvaro Morata (ESP) (Juventus); Mohamed Salah (1p) (EGY) (Liverpool); Marcus Rashford (ING) (1p) (Manchester United); Neymar Júnior (1p) (BRA) (Paris Saint-Germain); Youssef En-Nesyri (MRC) (Seville).

– With 5 goals:

Lionel Messi (4p) (ARG) (Barcelona); Robert Lewandowski (2p) (POL) and Maxim Choupo-Moting (CAM) (Bayern); Alassane Plea (FRA) (Borussia Mönchengladbach); Ciro Immobile (3p) (ITA) (Lazio); Sergio Oliveira (3p) (POR) (Porto); Karim Benzema (FRA) (Real Madrid).

– With 4 goals:

Romelu Lukaku (BEL) (Inter); Cristiano Ronaldo (POR) (2p) and Federico Chiesa (ITA) (Juventus); Diogo Jota (POR) (Liverpool); Phil Foden (ING), Ferran Torres (ESP) and Kevin de Bruyne (BEL) (Manchester City); Bruno Fernandes (1p) (POR) (Manchester United); Mërgim Berisha (ALE) (Salzburg).

– With 3 goals:

Duván Zapata (COL) and Luis Muriel (COL) (Atalanta); Joao Félix (POR) (Atlético de Madrid); Irfan Kahveci (TUR) (Basaksehir); Leroy Sané (ALE) and Kingsley Coman (FRA) (Bayern Munich); Ousmané Dembélé (1p) (FRA) and Martin Braithwaite (1p) (DIN) (Barcelona); Timo Werner (3p) (ALE) (Chelsea); Hans Vanaken (1p) (BEL) (Club Brugge); Joaquín Correa (ARG) (Lazio); Angeliño Tasende (ESP) (Leipzig); Sadio Mané (SEN) (Liverpool); Anton Miranchuk (2p) (RUS) (Lokomotiv Moscow); Ilkay Gündogan (ALE) (Manchester City); Moise Kean (ITA) (Paris Saint-Germain); Vinícius Júnior (BRA).

– With 2 goals:

Dusan Tadic (SRB) (1p) (Ajax); Antoine Griezmann (FRA) (Barcelona); Thomas Müller (1p) (ALE) and Leon Goretzka (ALE) (Bayern Munich); Jadon Sancho (1p) (ING) (Borussia Dortmund); Lars Stindl (1p) (ALE), Marcus Thuram (FRA) and Ramy Bensebaini (1p) (ALG) (Borussia Mönchengladbach); Callum Hudson-Odoi (ING) and Hakim Ziyech (MAR) (Chelsea); Viktor Tsygankov (1p) (UKR) (Dinamo Kiev); Franck Boli (CIV) (Ferencvaros); Marcus Berg (1p) (SUE) (Krasnodar); Raheem Sterling (ING), Gabriel Jesús (BRA) and Sergio “Kun” Agüero (1p) (ARG) (Manchester City); Anthony Martial (1st) (FRA) (Manchester United); Alexander Scholz (1p) (DIN) (Midtjylland); Dimitri Payet (2p) (FRA) (Olympique Marseille); Moussa Marega (MLI), Mehdi Taremi (IRN) and Luis Díaz (COL) (Porto); Marquinhos (BRA) (Paris Saint-Germain); Marco Asensio, Sergio Ramos (1p) (ESP) (Real Madrid); Serhou Guirassy (1p) (FRA) (Rennes); Dominik Szoboszlai (HUN) (Salzburg); Manor Solomon (ISR) (Shakhtar); Luuk de Jong (NED) and Ivan Rakitic (CRO) (Seville).

– With 1 goal:

Alekséi Miranchuk (RUS), Cristian Romero (ARG) (Atalanta), Robin Gosens (ALE) Josip Ilicic (SRB) and Alejandro “Papu” Gómez (ARG) (Atalanta); Antony (BRA), Ryan Gravenberch (NED), David Neres (BRA), Noussair Mazraoui (MAR) and Lassina Traoré (BUR) (Ajax); Mario Hermoso (ESP), Yannick Carrasco (BEL), José María Giménez (URU) and Marcos Llorente (ESP) (Atlético de Madrid); Ansu Fati (ESP), Sergiño Dest (USA), Gerard Piqué (ESP) and Philippe Coutinho (BRA) (Barcelona); Deniz Turuc (TUR), Mehmet Topal (TUR), Demba Ba (SEN) and Edin Visca (BIH) (Basaksehir); Maxim Choupo-Moting (CAM), Jérome Boateng (ALE), Lucas Hernández (FRA), Corentin Tolisso (FRA), Niklas Sule (ALE) and Jamal Musiala (ALE) (Bayern Munich); Thorgan Hazard (BEL), Lukasz Piszczek (POL), Axel Witsel (BEL), Marco Reus, Mahmoud Dahoud (SIR), Jude Bellingham (ING) and Raphaël Guerreiro (POR) (Borussia Dortmund); Jonas Hofmann (ALE), Óscar Wendt (SUE), Nico Elvedi (SWITZERLAND) and Breel Embolo (SUI) (Borussia Mönchengladbach); Noa Lang (NED), Emmanuel Dennis (NIG) and Ruud Vormer (NED) (Club Brugge); Emerson Palmieri (BRA), Tammy Abraham (ING), Mason Mount (ING), Benjamin Chilwell (ING), Christian Pulisic (USA) and Jorginho (1p) (ITA) (Chelsea); Carlos de Pena (URU) and Denys Popov (UKR) (Dynamo Kiev); Tokmac Nguen (NOR), Myrto Uzuni (ALB) and Igor Kharatin (1p) (UKR) (Ferencvaros); Matteo Darmian (ITA), Ivan Perisic (CRO) and Lautaro Martínez (ARG) (Inter); Paulo Dybala (ARG), Adrien Rabiot (FRA) and Weston McKennie (USA) (Juventus); Rémy Cabella (FRA), Wanderson Maciel (BRA) and Cristian Ramírez (ECU) (Krasnodar); Akpa Akpro (CIV), Marco Parolo (ITA) and Felipe Caicedo (ECU) (Lazio); Emil Forsberg (1p) (SUE), Amadou Haidara (MLI), Justin Kluivert (NED), Yussuf Poulsen (DIN), Nordi Mukiele (FRA), Dani Olmo (ESP) and Christopher Nkunku (FRA) (Leipzig); Curtis Jones (ING) (Liverpool); Eder (POR) and Vitali Lisakovich (BLR) (Lokomotiv Moscow); Mason Greenwood (ING) and Daniel James (GAL) (Manchester United); Ryhad Mahrez (1p) (ARG), Joao Cancelo (POR) and Bernardo Silva (POR) (Manchester City); Anders Dreyer (DIN) and Awer Mabil (1p) (AUS) (Midtjylland); Mady Camara (GUI) and Ahmed Koka (EGY) (Olympiacos); Zaidu Sanusi (NIG), Otavio (1p) (BRA), Mateus Uribe (COL) and Fábio Vieira (POR) (Porto); Ángel Di María (ARG) (Paris Saint-Germain); Casemiro (BRA), Eden Hazard (1p) (BEL), Luka Modric (CRO), Rodrygo Goes (BRA) and Ferland Mendy (FRA) (Real Madrid); Georginio Rutter (1p) (FRA) (Rennes); Masaya Okugawa (JAP), Karim Adeyemi (ALE) and Zlatko Junuzovic (AUT) (Salzburg); Dentinho (BRA) and Tete (BRA) (Shakhtar); Munir El Haddadi (MAR), Jules Koundé (FRA) and Suso (Seville); Artiom Dzyuba (RUS), Aleksandr Erokhin (RUS) and Sebastián Driussi (ARG) (Zénit Saint Petersburg).

– Own goal: Ethan Horvath (USA) (Club Brugge against Zénit Saint Petersburg); Anthony Martial (FRA) (Manchester United between Paris Saint-Germain); Marwin Hitz (SUI) (Borussia Dortmund against Lazio); Raphael Varane (FRA) (Real Madrid against Shakhtar); Nicolás Tagliafico (ARG) (Ajax against Liverpool); Felipe (BRA) (Atlético de Madrid against Salzburg); Valeriy Bondar (UCR) (Shakhtar against Borussia Mönchengladbach); Rasmus Kristensen (DIN) (Salzburg against Bayern Munich); Lasha Dvali (GEO) (Ferencvaros against Juventus); Achraf Hakimi (MAR) (Inter against Real Madrid); Ibrahima Konate (FRA) (Leipzig against Manchester United); Francesco Acerbi (Lazio against Bayern).